Governments are in a race to adopt national policies and develop global regulatory cooperation as the development of artificial intelligence (AI) continues to build at speed, and in the wake of the rapid advances in generative AI. International regulatory cohesion can lead to improved outcomes, particularly where there is close cooperation between policymakers, industry, civil society, and other stakeholders. Several initiatives promoting international cooperation are underway, including the OECD, the G7, G20, and United Nations. The EU and the US are notably working on voluntary codes of conduct and other mechanisms designed to avoid divergence and foster responsible, human-centric AI. Meanwhile, the EU is finalizing the first comprehensive regulatory scheme for AI. The extent to which major players that are also looking at regulating the technology, but do not share similar political and social values and see AI as an instrument of geopolitical competition, will be included in these discussions will shape the scope and potential for global AI governance.
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